On Sunday’s "60 Minutes," correspondent Lesley Stahl asked President Trump if he still thinks climate change is a hoax.
Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman appeared on "60 Minutes" to share her story of being sexually abused while competing on the U.S. national gymnastics team.
Steve Bannon calls the Bush administration "idiots" and makes bold claims about the Catholic church.
Elmo and Big Bird are getting a new neighbor on Sesame Street: Julia, a muppet with autism. The character was introduced in 2015 in an online-only digital storybook, and she continues with the show’s social-impact program, Sesame Street and Autism. Now Julia will make her debut on the show — live and in the felt — beginning in April.
“They used to say it didn’t sell over here, and it does. Then they said it doesn’t sell in the South and it does. Well, it doesn’t sell in Europe, and it does.”
On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, Bryan Cranston was interviewed on the set of his new show, Sneaky Pete, and explained his intentions in choosing the underwear for two very different characters he played.
Given that Sean Penn characterizes his 10,000-word-plus diary entry—aka, Rolling Stone’s “El Chapo Speaks”–a “failure,” it’s not surprising that the actor went on 60 Minutes on Sunday night to gain even more publicity for himself and murderous drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. There are few places more suitable for the glorification of a #humblefail than 60 Minutes, where people with power, fame, and money are always welcomed to be taken seriously. Thus, 60 Minutes positioned Penn as he sees himself–as an intrepid, self-described “experiential journalist” who wanted, in Penn’s own words, “begin a conversation about the policy of the war on drugs.
60 Minutes profiled J.J. Abrams, the director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in a segment that opened with legendary composer John Williams conducting an orchestra for the score of the new film — and J.J. excitedly recording it with his iPhone. Throughout the segment, J.J. vacillated between wearing his director hat and his superfan hat.
On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper followed extreme skier J.T. Holmes as he rode one of the most infamous mountains in Swiss Alps, known as the Eiger. His descent down the nearly impossible run was a hat trick of dangerous sports. First, J.T. had to travel from the summit using a combination of skiing and paragliding known as speedriding. JT then would detach the wing and ski down the monstrous mountain toward a cliff. As if that wasn’t enough, J.T. would then base jump from the sheer cliff face, free falling for twenty seconds before pulling his parachute. ...
On Sunday evening, Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, sat down with 60 Minutes correspondent Norah O’Donnell to discuss his recent decision to not run for president. Hillary and I get along together.
President Obama sat down with 60 Minutes correspondent Steven Kroft for a spirited interview in which he shared his thoughts on presidential hopeful Donald Trump. “He knows how to get attention; he’s the classic reality TV character,” said Obama, adding, “I don’t think he’ll be president of the United States.” To learn more about Yahoo SuperFan, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @YahooSuperFan, Facebook, and Instagram for your daily dose of all things TV and Movies!
On 60 Minutes, Bradley Cooper talked with Steve Kroft about his transformation into Joseph Merrick inThe Elephant Man on Broadway. Without help from makeup, prosthetics, or costumes, Cooper says he has to make a leap of faith to make you believe he’s become Merrick.